Feasibility of alcolock implementation in EU drink-driving policies : presentation at the European Commission, 4 December 2001, Brussels. Poject was funded by the European Commission.
C 20113 [electronic version only] /83 /
Mathijssen, R. (ed.)
Leidschendam, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, 2001, 17 + 5 p., 4 ref.; D-2001-18
|Samenvatting||An alcolock is a breath testing device connected to the ignition system of a motor vehicle. It prevents an operator from starting the vehicle if the breath alcohol concentration exceeds a predetermined threshold or fail level. From November 2000 until September 2001, a consortium of European road safety research institutes conducted a study of the feasibility of alcolock implementation in drink-driving policies of EU countries. This report contains a presentation of this study, held at the European Commission, 4 December 2001.|
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